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Old 07-11-2012, 05:25 PM   #31
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    Weight Watcher.

    Wife lost 30 lbs with that and a litle exercise everyday.
    I lost 25 just on the WW program.



    Now we know how much to eat and what the "good and bad" stuff is and how to work in a blowout weekend party so we dont feel guilty.
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    Old 07-11-2012, 05:29 PM   #33
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    Go see a personal trainer. I see one 3-4 times a week, and I'm already noticing differences after 2 weeks.
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    Personal trainer 3-4 times a week? How much does that run you?
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    Old 07-11-2012, 06:21 PM   #35
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    Personal trainer 3-4 times a week? How much does that run you?
    As long as I can afford it, I'd rather sacrifice money over health.
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    Re: Weight Loss Thread

    There was a quite lengthy thread around, but it may not have been titled anything like weight loss... perhaps eating healthy or something.

    But anyway, I lost about 30 pounds in 6-8 months starting last July. Main things were cut out a big majority of carbs (don't buy pasta anymore, switched from regular bread to those 100 calorie sandwich thins, and sometimes pita bread), trying to cook at home a bit more than we used to, more fish dinners, less fast food, fruits, yogurt, and smoothies for snacks, and started walking and/or running fairly regularly.

    It's been great because any other diet I've tried has failed because I wasn't really changing anything. Like Slimfast worked, but when I stopped drinking them, it all came back. Hafta change the habits and lifestyle.

    I wanted to keep going but kind of stalled out with the holidays, and then my fiancee hurt her back in January and was mostly out of work and school for weeks, which meant I lost my walking buddy. But now we're back into it, and I'm now getting into biking, having ridden a few miles almost each day lately.
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    As long as I can afford it, I'd rather sacrifice money over health.
    Whatever works for you, man. Some people need the accountability a trainer provides.

    Generally speaking though, a personal trainer (or spending money on a gym, fancy equipment, diet programs etc...) isn't necessary to be healthy.

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    There was a quite lengthy thread around, but it may not have been titled anything like weight loss... perhaps eating healthy or something.

    But anyway, I lost about 30 pounds in 6-8 months starting last July. Main things were cut out a big majority of carbs (don't buy pasta anymore, switched from regular bread to those 100 calorie sandwich thins, and sometimes pita bread), trying to cook at home a bit more than we used to, more fish dinners, less fast food, fruits, yogurt, and smoothies for snacks, and started walking and/or running fairly regularly.

    It's been great because any other diet I've tried has failed because I wasn't really changing anything. Like Slimfast worked, but when I stopped drinking them, it all came back. Hafta change the habits and lifestyle.

    I wanted to keep going but kind of stalled out with the holidays, and then my fiancee hurt her back in January and was mostly out of work and school for weeks, which meant I lost my walking buddy. But now we're back into it, and I'm now getting into biking, having ridden a few miles almost each day lately.

    Think it was this thread:

    http://www.antsmarching.org/forum/sh...php?p=13270591
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    Old 07-11-2012, 06:34 PM   #38
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    My brother and my parents are doing/have done really well with Nutrisystem. They say the food is great. My brother has lost, I dunno, 50+ pounds, my dad is over 30 down by now. It costs a lotta money and my brother said that it's kind of insignificant when you consider all the regular food that you're *not* buying because of it, but I dunno. But I don't think I could manage with eating packaged and microwave meals that often. I love to cook, and I need variety. And again, that whole concept of "replacement" doesn't seem to really teach you better habits, other than maybe portion control. So if you stop doing it, then what?
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    Wow. Losing 40 pounds without trying would be impossible for me. How much extra padding are ya'll carrying around? I just need to flatten my stomach a bit like many males out there.


    Losing it wasn't easy and took some time but it's the keeping it off that's been easier than I thought.

    I don't track calories/write everything down anymore but I still weight myself weekly to make sure I'm staying on track.
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    My brother and my parents are doing/have done really well with Nutrisystem. They say the food is great. My brother has lost, I dunno, 50+ pounds, my dad is over 30 down by now. It costs a lotta money and my brother said that it's kind of insignificant when you consider all the regular food that you're *not* buying because of it, but I dunno. But I don't think I could manage with eating packaged and microwave meals that often. I love to cook, and I need variety. And again, that whole concept of "replacement" doesn't seem to really teach you better habits, other than maybe portion control. So if you stop doing it, then what?
    My theory behind it is making a lifestyle change rather than just losing weight. I know I don't want to go my whole life without eating some of my favorite foods so I found a way to still be able to enjoy them once in a while and not deprive myself while still keeping the weight off.
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    Old 07-11-2012, 07:53 PM   #41
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    I lost a little more than 50 pounds over the last two years. I'd like to double that (I was/am pretty big), but I have really stagnated since early March.

    The good news is that I've pretty much stayed right around that weight. Maintenance is just as important as losing to me, so that's a good sign that the changes I've made are permanent.

    Jess' comments about having a plan and not denying yourself things you love is good stuff. Everything in moderation.

    For my body type, exercise is what makes the biggest difference. You can change your diet all you want, but getting moving is essential.
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    Old 07-11-2012, 07:55 PM   #42
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    Download the my fitness pal app to track food/calorie intake.
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    Lost almost 50 since the beginning of school. Now I'm just get frustrated with the fun part of toning up.
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    Old 07-11-2012, 07:57 PM   #44
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    Download the my fitness pal app to track food/calorie intake.


    For exercise, the Runtastic app is pretty cool. Uses GPS to calculate the distance if you walk, run, etc.
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    My love/hate relationship with running is really going south. I'm thinking of filing for divorce.
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    Ever since I got out the army my back has been really messed up so exercise has been very scarce. I stepped on the scale the other day and was appalled. So now I'm really working on everything. I've started hiking a whole lot recently and it's made me feel so much better. I'm also trying to control my diet as much as possible but I find it very hard to control my portions.
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    I'm honestly not very concerned about diet. I don't eat that poorly. The problem is that I'm in college so I'm drinking five nights a week and until about a month ago didn't exercise, at all, ever.
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    I've been between 145-160 for about 6 years now, run every day besides weekends, eat relatively well, not worried about weight at all
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    I'm honestly not very concerned about diet. I don't eat that poorly. The problem is that I'm in college so I'm drinking five nights a week and until about a month ago didn't exercise, at all, ever.
    I think my terrible diet was my biggest issue. That and when I hurt my back I just didn't exercise for a long time.

    But I'm cutting out fast food completely and I already feel 10x healthier.
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    I'm honestly not very concerned about diet. I don't eat that poorly. The problem is that I'm in college so I'm drinking five nights a week and until about a month ago didn't exercise, at all, ever.
    That's part of my problem. I don't have anything to cut-out since I don't eat/drink fast food, ice cream, pop, chocolate, alcohol, etc. I've eaten more candy in the last year than I have between high school up to now, but that's been stopped. All that's left is, like, becoming vegan or vegetarian or whatever, and those aren't options haha.
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    Why the spike in candy consumption?
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    Lost 85 lbs now in the last 4 years. Used to be a collegiate offensive lineman weighing in at 280, down to 195.

    Its all about a healthy diet! When I say diet I don't mean not eating, I mean diet as in what you eat.

    Fruits and Veggies, whole grains, and lots of water. A great rule starting out is 5-6 small meals/snacks a day.

    Exercise: Cardio and Weights. Both are needed to maintain muscle and shed fat to your maximum potential.
    -Good routine starting out, Run: 3/4 days starting out doing interval run/walk until you can increase distance, time, and conditioning
    Lift/Core: 2/3 days a week. Overlap or specifically on days not running.
    Get into other sports: Cycling, swimming, hiking, etc. to make things more fun and interesting .

    Make your own meals: You really start seeing what is in your food. Plan out meals for a couple days or for the week. Stocked cupboards or fridges leads to snacking.

    Live a normal life: Don't kill yourself over a bad meal or that dessert you had. Use it as motivation to run harder or eat better the next day. I used to allow myself one cheat meal a week. Whether that be that late night pizza on Saturday or hangover breakfast on Sunday.

    Losing 5 lbs month is a good and healthy goal to aim for each month.

    I am very passionate about healthy living now and wholistic eating has become a gigantic part of my life. If anyone wants a pretty detailed writeup for weight loss I gave my buddy after he was done with football, PM me. I can email it to them. It translates to anyone.
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    I appreciate the people that put a big focus on eating right, but I just don't think I can pull that off. Or at least don't have the motivation to do that at this age.
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    I appreciate the people that put a big focus on eating right, but I just don't think I can pull that off. Or at least don't have the motivation to do that at this age.
    Don't mean to sound like a dick but then you'll never lose weight or accomplish your goals. Motivation is everything.
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    Don't mean to sound like a dick but then you'll never lose weight or accomplish your goals. Motivation is everything.
    Oh don't worry, I realize that.
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    My theory behind it is making a lifestyle change rather than just losing weight. I know I don't want to go my whole life without eating some of my favorite foods so I found a way to still be able to enjoy them once in a while and not deprive myself while still keeping the weight off.
    exactly what I was saying. When we were in the thick of our good eating and exercising, we found that one bad meal or a weekend of family events with bad meals didn't even cause any weight gain
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    How?????
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    my guess is he had a high starting point.
    Yep, basically. I'm 6'1", and have been the fattest dude in the room for a long time. I was clinically depressed in high school, and had/have a family that doesn't really care about/supports me, so it was basically suicide by weight for a lot of years. I think I gained like 100 lbs over the course of 15 months. So yeah, very high starting weight. If you met me today for the first time, forget thinking I lost 30 lbs in a few months, you'd still think I've never dieted in my life.

    But enough depressing shit. How I lost weight was the simple answer you get from everyone: eat less, exercise more. I probably did it a bit more extreme than would be recommended, but it worked.

    I was in the gym anywhere from 60-180 minutes, 6 days a week, and I kept no food in my house. I would walk down to the shop every morning when I woke up, and bought enough stuff for my meals that day. The only stuff I kept in my my apartment was raw ingredients that were left over after cooking.

    My only snack were freeze pops, which I think were one of the biggest things for me. It takes me forever to eat anything that's frozen (seriously, a bowl of ice cream is like a 30 minute ordeal, I don't know what it is), so if I have a freeze pop in my hand, I know I'm not consuming any more than 50 calories for that 30 minute period.

    But I truly believe that almost all morbid obesity, not just 20 or so lbs overweight, is as much a mental health thing as it is physical health. So a lot of it was just getting in a good head space, where I could lose that weight. And I think that's why I've leveled off currently, because I'm not in a situation that facilitates my health. To the point where I'm probably, in the next few weeks, going to move out of a rent-free situation, so I can live on my own again, and do the same thing I did when I was at college. Even though I've gotten a lot better with a lot of bad habits, being in a fully stocked house is just a recipe for disaster. You don't notice how many random calories you take in throughout the course of a day, until you live without them. I got home from work at 10:30, haven't had an actual "meal", but have probably eaten 500 calories of random things, just walking through the kitchen.

    tl;dr version: eat way less, exercise way more.
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    But I truly believe that almost all morbid obesity, not just 20 or so lbs overweight, is as much a mental health thing as it is physical health.
    In my case, this was (and still is) absolutely true.

    I have worked on a lot of shit to get where I am. Actually ... *wince* ... I used to post on AM.org, like, once a year because I was so anxious and shy.

    For me, talking to someone helped immensely. Everyone finds different ways of coping and improving, so it may not be for everyone, but I would strongly suggest it to anyone with serious issues with obesity.
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    But I truly believe that almost all morbid obesity, not just 20 or so lbs overweight, is as much a mental health thing as it is physical health. So a lot of it was just getting in a good head space, where I could lose that weight. And I think that's why I've leveled off currently, because I'm not in a situation that facilitates my health. To the point where I'm probably, in the next few weeks, going to move out of a rent-free situation, so I can live on my own again, and do the same thing I did when I was at college. Even though I've gotten a lot better with a lot of bad habits, being in a fully stocked house is just a recipe for disaster. You don't notice how many random calories you take in throughout the course of a day, until you live without them. I got home from work at 10:30, haven't had an actual "meal", but have probably eaten 500 calories of random things, just walking through the kitchen.
    I believe this can be true. Wasn't the case for me though I've never really had a reason to be depressed, just grew up in a house where we were taught to clean your plate, rather than just eat til you're full.

    Then the last 5 years of my life have been the best, since meeting my future wife, but I also gained a ton of weight in that time (up til last year when I started fixing that) due to living in a college town with tons of late-night food options and hanging out with friends where eating made up about 50% of things to do, plus "getting comfortable with the one you love" where you're not so worried about being a fit young man
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